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03.07.2018
Struggle and Hope of Europe’s Progressive Parties

Analysis of the difficulties and way forward for progressive parties across Europe.

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29.06.2018
After Europe – Thinking About Europe with the Help of Ivan Krastev

Reflections on Europe joining the dots of migration, populism, and democracy in the light of Ivan Krastev’s latest book.

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26.06.2018
Liberal Democracy’s War with Itself

With authoritarian populism on the rise, liberal democracy in Europe is facing an existential crisis. In this interview, Yascha Mounk, author of The People vs. Democracy, hashes out the conundrum facing democracies old and new.

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02.05.2018
Tough Way Forward for Polarised Hungary

Viktor Orbán’s Fidesz were delivered to victory by an unfair system, media manipulation, and attacking their enemies. Opposition failure made it too easy for them.

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29.03.2018
Italian elections and the not-so-new populist upstarts

An interview with the co-chair of the European Green Party on the Italian election and the way forward for political ecology.

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27.02.2018
Italy’s elections: what do they mean for Europe?

Distinguishing between drama and reality is key to understanding an Italian election that lacks substance on all sides when it comes to Europe.

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09.02.2018
Fake news in Visegrad: overused and underestimated

Voters in the Visegrad countries rely on increasingly blurred lines between truth and falsehoods while making their choice at polling stations.

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20.12.2017
The New Dutch reactionaries

Thierry Baudet, leader of the Forum for Democracy, could be the new face of the Dutch populist right.

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18.12.2017
Beyond Majority Rule: Electoral Systems for Inclusive Politics

Rethinking how we ask voters what they want could ensure representative government for all and help us create a collaborative political culture.

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14.11.2017
Don’t Panic About Populism: Greater Threats Abound

Populism is malleable and isn’t the problem. The xenophobic nationalism that underpins certain populist movements is what threatens democracy.

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